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0FTIC8 SO. EAST CORNER PUBLIC 8QUABE CP STAIRS.
TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Fonr Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance.
Terms of Advertising.
Advertisement inserted at $2,00 per square, (10
lines or Ices, in this type,1! for the first, and 75 cents
tor each subsequent insertion.
Advertisements not marked 'with the number of
insertions desired will be inserted and charged for
at the regular rates until ordered out. ,
' . I t : - '
List oT Prices for Advertis'ug:
1 mo j 2 Laos. 3mos. j Cmos. lyr.
tSw-T tiCv-U18 Of?."
2 aqu&res 8,50 11 15 13 25
8 squares 12 15 18 25 80
4 squaiei 14 18 28 80 I 85
H column 15 20 25 25 I 60
4 column,. 18,- 22 , 89 , : -83 ( 60
H ' column1 1 25 's '80 'J j 40 ' f 60 - I IS
1 column 80 40 55 j 75 j 110
Advertisements must be paid quarter yearly in
ayanco.- .JThoge inserted for 3 months or less, must
be accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti
cers ar i permitted to renew quarterly free of charge;
farther rc-osala charged one dollar per square.
Advertisements from a distance must bo accom
panied with the cash in every instance.
The advertising of a house or firm will be strictly
limited to its own immediate business r,
Calls on'-persons to become candidates', and polit
ical circulars charred as advertisements, and wil
not be inserted without the cash in advance.
Editorial advertisements and personal communi--cations
will not be inserted unless paid for in ad
vance at double the regular rates.
. Announcement . .
Announcing candidates for State or District offi
ces ten dollars; county do five; always in advance.
Obituaries and tributes of respect over ten lines in
length charged for at the regular advertising rates.
Marriages, deaths and religious notices gratis.
FRID A MORNING; JULY i 3th', 18G6 '
Prison Life of Jefferson Davis.
We fire indebted to Oeborne & Co. for
jojy&f, thi3 greaT. cook, as well as for a
copy of "Bill Arp, Eo-calied," both of which
should be in every southern household.
W have heretofore made copious extracts
from both- works, "and our readers ought to
know exactly' what they "are. We refer the'
reader to an article on our second page for
a more extensive notice of the former. .The
latter needs "no further recommendation at
our hands, so-callad. Osborne has a large
supply of them on hand.
We notice also a fresh supply of other
interesting and popular works, among which
we mention "Armadale," by Wilkes Col
lins "Snrry of. Eaglet's neat," Ly John
Eaten Cook "The Apostles," by Ernest
Renan "Junius Brutus Booth," (the eld
er) by his Daughter. We have not time to
notice these books separately, and in detail,
but' we assure pur readers that they are the!
popular books of the day. . M .
Plantation Implements. ; .
It is to every farmer's interest, now that
labor is so scarce and expensive, to supply
himself with all kinds of labor-saving ma-,
chine's needed "6ua farm," Messrs. JnO. U.
Flautt fc Co. are prepared to furnish Straw
Cutters, Reaping and Mowing Machines,
Kentucky Cider Mills, fcc., of the beet
pattern and manufacture, and at the lowest
rates possible. They are also agents for all
kinds of Threshers and Horse Powers.
We would especially urge upon our fruit
growers the importance of makirg cider
finegar aDd drying all. the fruit possible.
The' .apple crop of the north being a failure
this year, these articles are bound to com
mand good prices. i . , -r
Every ffimer wjiio has oatslehonld have
a straw cutter. The cost of it may be save J
in one year.
If heartfelt thanks will repay our friends
for the substantial favors they have done us
during the week, then be the debts paid.
Wo heard the remark the other day that
the clevrest people in the world lived around
(the) Vale Mills, and we are fullTprepared
to substantiate the truth of the remark.
7ReT.iMr Motherell has the ho!ror-offar-nishing
this deponent with a mess of the
largest potatoes of the season.
We are agin under obligations to pur
full-breasted friend Jas. T. McKissack, for
basket of; those delicious apples, '-lis
breast is full of .heart, and bis heart full of
kindness Coward we'uns. -
-We are nnder renaNred and lasting obli
gations -to "Mrs. Amis for more of those
substantial favors .so highly'appreciatcd, by
those who have no vegetable gardens. She
has sent us the. rstrmes3 6f 'roagting-ears,
several messes of DOtatoes, and a beet which
weighed 3 pounds.
Ladies' Benevolent Association of Tenn
'From a statement recently published we
learn that 20 arliGcial less have been dona
ted by the Association, 19 of which cost
8150 each, and the other SI 35. The tota
cost of these limbs was C2.0C5.
In a IJiticn to the above. 5 artificial
are new -under contract at ft total cost o
S3. 525. Two of the latter are for Giles
eoant'x hover -yiz Jr J.! Philips, Co. ,11
52nd Tfenn.. and James P. Moore, ' Co." K
Seven applications .tor aititicial limbs
have gone "forward from this county, and
and in due lime they.wiil all be supplied
These limbs will cost the Association not
lees thau 1 ,C00. Of this eum our county
Association has paid into the treasury only
$2-13. Ia this not.ecough to bring a blush
to the cheek of every citizen of the wealthy
and patriotic bounty of ;Gil$sJ.T'. Need we
make any other appeal in behalf of the As
sociation? Shall it jro to the world that
GU53, one of the wealthiestcouaties in the
Stat, rrn?f-s to
half dozD of "her
travs boys on their feet again? "j '-We, shall
watch' the progress of aSTair3 arid wait for
an answer. The efneers of bur Association
have done their duty. They have labored
assiduously, and made appeal after appeal
to our people, but the patriotic fires and
philanthropic promises of 1861-2 6eem toj
have beerj'estitfguished and forgotten
We hope to chronicle better things in the
This is Wednesday morning, and the ex
cesses of last night weigh heavily'upon us
corporeally and mentally. We went to the
pic-nic yesterday, and the excessive part of
it was that we were pic-nic-ing all night.
The train was to have brought us home at
9 p. m., ldt it was 3 this morning when
lhi3 reportorial head found a pillow.
' However we had that which gives to ev
erything a true relish good company and
without which ail things are like painted
grapes, seen, not tasted. . And if there were
any ideas lurking-" in the confused brain of
this reporter, the pic-nic of yesterday might
inspire poetic thoughts. But we are com
pletely wilted. The fields were laughing at
us as we went down on the train, and the
birds and the girla sang to us after we got
there, but the laughing was no more joyous
nor the singing more glorious, than the
pic-nic ground was picturesque and beauti
ful. Situated in the lap of those grand old
hills around the tunnelrit looked like-the
very nursery'of content."" "Here the steam'
saw mill of Messrs Harrison & Lester, to
whom and to which we were all indebted
for so much that contributed to the pleasure
of the occasion, turns out excellent lumber,
among which-We noticed some most admi
rably suited to the purposes o( some folks in
enlarging their tables and making Cribs.
It would be too great a task for this dilap
idated concern to give the incidents of the
occasion in detail. 'ItTs enougETo'say, we
had a good dinner and plenty of fun, and
as these are the things we went for, what
more can we say?
The sparkling Ion mot, the repartee tlla
sly glances and 60ft words-the rich sallie
and attractive tractive Emmas and Ettas
Matties and Maggies &c, &c, &c.
stole the hours away and beguiled the fa
tigue. But 6ome poet has said,
, .'Tis of boots the chief
Of t.W perfections to be brief, - ?'i.'..i
aad as this accords with our feelings just
ne w we close this interesting volume.
We notice among the compositions read
by members of the graduating class at the
Columbia Athanajum, , one by Miss Irene
Buford "The Fdght of Tiine,'" and one
by Miss Solokia Rosk ''Night britigs
forth the Stars."
At the conclusion of the exercises an in
teresting address was delivered by Col. S.
E. Rose, of thi3 place.
New Music. We tender our acknowl
edgments to D. P. Faulds, Louisville, for a
thrilling polka, entitled "Our Generals,"
with a pretty vignette, adorned with the
kenesses of Gens. Lee, Jackson, Johnston,
Beauregard, Price, Longstrect, Hill, Har
dee and Braser. The likenesses alone are
worth the money, and the music, by Char-
y Ward, is said to be giQnd.; .-;, v j -;
Trt It. It is said that hog's lard is the
best thing to give bens to make them lay.
Mix it with their feed a small piece as big
as a walnut will set a hen to laying imme
diately after she has been broken up from
her setting and thus hens lay throughout
the whole winter. Will some one try the
experiment and then report the same?
Wnr are books the best friends? Be
cause when they bore you, you can always
shut them up without offense.
DR. J. A. SUilTES, Mayor.
1NO. F.ZELL, Rioorier G. W. PET WAY.
JOHN KOUN3, A. R. RICH ARDSON,
ALLEN E. MAY, duun u. uwawa,
Officers of Pulaski Lodga No. 101. x . tstf-
?;Dvj v4?" "vrLl S
I.L.JUM.a, beoy., M o.ft.ouiHii.u,o.i;ovu.
R. 11. REED J . Deacc J F. W . ED DD, Tyler. j
t . cnuTr;n o UVU
Meets first Monday night in eacn iiontn.
B. F. PEDEN,1 Sheriff.' " " - " ' ' Ia,
E. L. EVANS, ALONZO PEDEN and BENTON
R EZELL Dep't Sh'ffs.
A. COX. c. m. Chancery Court.
F. T. McLAUKINE Circuit Court Clerk.
ED. W. ROSE, County " . "
DANIEL G. ANDERSON, County Bogister.
T1IOS. S. RIDDLE, County Trustee.
II. U. AYMETT, State and Co. Tax Col.
G. A. JlOriUNS, Coroner.
JAMES H. DICKEY, County Surveyor.
DANIEL G. ANDERSON, Ch'm, County Court.
Justlce9 of the Peace.
Dist 1 JOHN A TRENTHAM and L B CARTER,
2 J P C REED and TliOSJ CAMPBELL,
3 TllOS HANNAH and J G EDMUNDS.
" 4 WILLIAM M ITU and T II NOBLETT.
5 Wm T WOOD and JOHN SANDUSKY.
" 6 Jas F SMITH and Thos A MAULTSBY.
7 Jas L JONES, W II ABEBNAT1IY JO
KOUNTS and Da.n'l G ANDERSON.
i 3 J M EDWARDS and Jno G ABF.RNATII
9 X? II BAUGII, 11 T IIUNN1CUTT and Wm
10 WILLIS WORLEY and II GRIGGS.
" 11 W W BLOW and S. A PARSONS,
IS JaSAUNDEUS and D H PARSONS.
14 Jas K DICKEY and W F HEWITT,
" 15 Jas M WAGSTAFF, Jos M FARMER and
Jas M SHIELDS.
" 15 C W McMlLLlON and DAN H JONES.
" 17 R L McCOKD, JOHN RALSTON and PT
" 13 LEVI REED and AMBIVENS. ...
19 J M PARKER and Sam'l HAYS.
4 20 E W McLAURIN and Alf HOUZE.
W T Swnr, Dist. 2
L Z Reagan.
A D Saxbchet. .
W G Andebsok."
W J Brows,
J P Wood abd.
Jony G Gaebet.
4 G B Harbison.
6 . Buck Habwell.
8 Robt U Bctleb
10 W HRDAMA.
Tournament at Hnntsville -We
thank bur c'otemporaries of ihe lnde-
pendenl for an invitation to the grand Tour
nament to be given at Huntsville, Ala., on
the 26th and 27th inst., for benevolent pur
poses, Tbe lists 'are open- to the . world
and Knights from all parts of the country
are invited to enter their names, and par
ticipate in the 'exercises, which promises to
be the :nr-:'St .jEXcitin'g '.and.inieresting'ever
witnessed in this country. The programme
is fall and attractive, and ample arrange
ments have been made to entertain and ac
comodate all who may attend. Extra trains
will be run on the Nashville and Decatur
and Memphis and Charleston roads.
The programme may be seen at this office.
Unfortunately it did not fall under our eye
in time-to publish this week.-
T, L. S. Rules not complied within
your communication.-- . - -
CORRECTED EVERY WEEK BY iOB.lt D. IXACTT CO
ABTICI.E3. ... " QUATITY WHO SALE. RETAIL,
Apvles, dried, per bu.. ..." $ 4,00 " - 5,00
Bacon, hams, " lb 23o 23
clear sides " 23 23
" ribbed " ' 20 . 21
" shoulders ' 18- . . 19
Butter, f)S .... 25
Brandy, apple, 1? gal.... 8,00.... 10,00
'piach - . '8,00..;." 10,00
" french v 13,00 24,00
Beeswax, Sib 25 85
Coffee, Eio lb 80
" Laguira . . . . . ....
Java. j . 1 . .; ; --L ,
Corn, ?hu T. . i25.". .
" Meal bu.-ii. ...... 1,85....
Cheese, fi '.'..' . 2533
Candles, Star, light weight, Tb. 25. . ...
Tallow, lb . .-12K-'-
Dyes Indigo $ oz 20 ... .
" Madder S Jb ....
" Logwood' 85....
Eggs, doz 15....
Flour, superfine. ) bbl.
Extra Fine . . . .
Grass Seed, Clover, $bu. . . . 6,00
" " Hungarian ..: . .. 1,50.;..
' " Blue Grass . . .
Iron, Bar, $ lb 12J. .
" Hoop 15...
" Sheet 13
" NuilKod 13...
" Castings, . . .
Lard, good, lb '. 28. ..
Molasses, gallon,. . . . . ; '. . . . 1,00. . .
- --Syrup gallon',. . . 1,85. . .
Mackerel, ") No. 1 Kit, . . .
Nails, )fi 10...
Oilj Lard, ? gallon, . .
" .Coal, ; ;.'.,;... .. .
Potatoes, Irish, buseel. 1,50. . .
" sweet " '
Powder, good, 1 fb 75 .
Peaches, Dried, ) bushel
Sugar, Brown "$ 2 17 .
" Coffee , ...... 20. . .
" Crushed and powdered fi 22...
Shot, ) ft IS...
Salt, 3? bbl 6,00..
Starch, ft 12K .
Spirits Tarpeiitiae, gallon, . . ... 2,50 .
Tar. gallon, 1,00. .
Tallow, ft . .
Tea, Imperial, lb 8,0u. .
Vinegar; cider, gallon, . 65..
7hisky, common ' " 2,50.
" Robertson, " 5,00..
White Lead, $ 25 ft Keg, . . ; . . : . 4,50. .
JCLT 12, 66 CABEFU1.LT cobbected itirt week.
Cootojj 2627 fBicoN, hog round, 13o.
Scoab, N Orleans, 19019J " ribbed sides 21e
ortonco 15(J12 clear " 226o
" coffee A. 1919 hams, pain, 22c"
" " B. 18K19K " canvased c
" C extra 16 17!FL0Bsnperfine $9,50
" " 'yelowJ619 L" extra " 10,00
Coffee, fair to good 2627 family 1112.00
" good to prime 27(330 u fanCy from 12 to 18,00
" pr. tochoice803-2JJCorn, choice white 90
Seeds, clover 6,00.50 ' mCal " 1,00
' timothy 4,50 Hat, prime timothy 22,00
Buugnu i nungarian
" blue grass 8,50 j u tlae grass, .
"Weekly Republican Banner.
Representative Organ cf the People, and
Largest Circulation in City and State.
THE WEEKLY BANNER is the cheapest and best
neweDaDer now published in Tennessee, contain
ing pne iresnesi ne wa ana iimsi rename luiurmuuun.
M't nroDrietors snare no pains nor expense, to make
cordial support of the people.
It will contain tne daily oily i'ouce reports. Mar
ket reports, Legislative Reports, Telegranh Reports,
together with every item of local interest occurring
during the weeK. its commercial cnaracter is es
tablished in the fact that its uniform correctness in
giving quotations, has created a demand for it by all
who look to this market and the East. We give al
so in each weekly issue, a considerable amount of
Agricultural readme 01 value to larmcrs ana otners.
TERMS: One copy one year, 11 copies, f3o:
22 copies, $60; 33 copies $90; 44 copies, $120.
We ere not responsive ior losses in tne man,
should any occur, unless letters are registered.
Address, ALBERT KOBLRTs CO.,
junel, Nashville, Tenn.
J. T. MAT,
i. C. GORDON,
A. Z. MAT.
Hay. Gordon & Hay,
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods,
; -GEOOEEIES, ,
READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS,
Boots, Shoes, Hard, Queens & Glass-ware,
West side Public Square, near Tennessee House,
TT7IIERE they win at all times be pleased to see
men mcuuo .uu .u Scucin;.
Sam. d. Itlitchell & Co.,
House Carpenters & Joiners,
ARE prepared to do al work in their Una at ahort
n,,a rA in tha most an'.irovtd tvl.
- UUU1, x ,
Window sash, Blinds and Doora made to ordei at
the best of prices.
W are prepared to furnish coflcs of all Vmda
and siies snort, notice. m!imm js-
R00 R1ES, HARDWARE
Johx B. Flactt
John D. Elautt & Co,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
, Liquor Dealers,
Have Always on Hand a
FULL AIO) COIflPLETE
STOCK OF EVERYTHING
, -' " ' In' Oar. Line. ; . '
- KENTUCKY CIDER MILL, i
REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES
sugar, .- - - - '
COFFEE, " ' '
V LARD OIL,
- - PUTTY
. .. . WHITE LEAD,
r r ' 'FLOUR of all Grades,
- '' CANNED FRUIT,
ALMONDS and other Nut?,
SOAPS, Fine and Common,
ENG. BI- CARB. SODA,
DYE STUFFS all kinds,
' Apple .
Champagne Wine, (Pure)
; Sherry. p-J - v.
We would call attention to our stock of
Hardware & Cutlery.
Our stock will be found to embrace a general as
sortment of the best brands and improved patterns of
Wagon Makers and
We invite the attention of Saw Mill owners to our
SAW GUMMERS, - '
' j ' EXTRA BITTS,
of the very best English Brands. And the atten
tion of sportsmen hd others to our
Double Barrel Guns
genuine English make. A good assortment of
COLT'S OLD STYLE REPEATERS
SMITH k. WESSON'S BEA6S OABTEIDOE PISTOLS,
& Single IBarrel Pistols,
gol make; Cartridges and Caps of all kinds.
Wostenholm's Genuine Pocket Cutlery.
Sampson Goodnon &Co'b Table Cutlery,
Spear & Jackson a and Henry Dlaton'a
SUPERB HAND SAWS,
We have also alatge number of
locks & hhstoes,
Lull Porter's self-fastening window shutter Hinge,
the improved Double Strap T Wrought Hinge, and
Hooks and Hinges Wrought.
We can furnish Woodrough & McParlin's make ol
at their list prices with 10 percent added.
Plow Moulds of all kinds, Birdweil' Cotton Sweep
and Scrapers, Hall, Moore & Miller'a Cast Plows,
Chains, feo april 6
Bellows, Anvils, Vices,
Horse and Xnlo Slioes,
HORSE SHOE NAILS,
Powder, Shot and Caps,
ttt will say to the people of Giles county that we
ft intend to Seep on n
intend to keep on hand the largest and best
STOCK OF GE0CEEIES
ever brought to this market, which we are deter
mined to fier to you as low as they can te sold.
Having mado arrangements that will enable as to
. Compete with the Nashville Mirket,
we invite yon to call and examine oor stocks. We
believe you can save both time and money by pur
chasing from us instead of goic away from home.
jn 2o, '66-ly. Jobs D. Flactt c
1888. SPEIITG. 1888.
THANNHATJ3ER & NEYMANN
Are just Eecei in their
SPRING and sllHHER GOODS.
American, English and French
Bleached and Brown Domestics, Hosiery, Notions,
Dress Goods all kinds,
Cloths, Cassimeres and Jeans.
Also a well selected stock of
BOOTS and SHOES,
IReady jNXade Clothing,
all of which they will sell at
Come one, come ail, and
EXAMINE THEIR STOCK
before making purchases elsewhere. mar23-3m
Livery and Sale Stable,
I TAKE pleastire in saying to the publico that mv
commodious Livery Stable on Main Street north
of the public square is now well supplied with the
Best of Harness and Saddle Horses
Gosling Buggies, nice Carriages attentive and ac
commodating Ostlers, and plenty of provender.
will occasionally be on hand for a horse swap. A
man may get either a ride, a drive, a feeder a trade.
Carriage and Horses per day, 15,00
Horse and Bugwy " 8,00
. " " half day 5,00
" ' short drive 8,00
Saddle Horse $ day 4,00
Buggy a Uarnesrt without Horpe . . 5,00
Buggy Horse without Buggy 6.00
r eeaing Horse single teed 60
" per day 1,50, per month ... 40 00
march 23-ly J. H. Jackson.
W. n. K.VLLENTISE,
Ballentine & EzelL
DRY GOODS and GROCERIES,
South -east Corner Public Square,
iayocH selves in business ten-
Mw- .Kffcj, -vi- their old remem
bered trl nn . tke..iviniH''- v J&.mLii:l & nwJ.
tee tact tnat tney now prepared to do
MORE AND BETTER
by them than they ever did in other and better dsys
Our stock consists partly of the following :
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
And an endless variety, embracing
Everything Kept in a Variety Store.
Give us a call, aud we will try to please you.
jin 26, c. Ballentine a Ezell.
south east cobxeb rcsLxc squabs, cf stairs,
"TITTE have now one of the largest and best printing
YY establishments ever put up in a country town
and are well prepared for executing all kinds of
Either Plain, Fancy or in gay Colors,
WITH NEATSES8 AND ACCTRACT
And at Zojo Hates.
ROOKS, PA1IPHLETS & CIRCULARS
DOSB IX HANDSOlda STTf.B.
BUSINESS AND VISITING CARDS
printed at short notioe.
Invitation Card3 and Tickets,
POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, CHECKS,
Dono In handsome style,
HORSE & JACK BILLS
Blanks Printed to Order
at the most reasonable rates,
It ia our determination to spare no exertion to de
servo the patrotage of this county, opon which we
ahall rely confidently for mceea in our enterprise.
L. W. McCOItD,
Book and Job 3?rinter,
eorrw-rAfT eorezs rrenTc zvaxx vt rrAtaa,
GASH reouiied for all Job-worJ ?7o Job can be
tskrn from the office nil puid for.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
South-east Corner of the Public Square"
(EZ ELL'S OLD CORNXa,)
PULASKI, : : i TLTfN
T7E are daily receiving and opeuing our 1'
11 ana ciegani sicca ct
Spring! Summer Goor
WHICH VZ 8XLL
Lower tlian. the Low(
Our stock consists in part of CalicosTand D
tc goods of all descriptions, French and. Y
Merinos ot all colors, and all other styles.
NEW AS0 FASHION A BLB '
9 D3?IESS OOOIDS,
Cloaks and Shawls, Hata, Boots and Shoes
And a great many other goods too numoroua
mention. We call particular attention to our lar '
and well selected stock of v
which we are selling to competo with Nashville
prices. We also call attention to our fine tol
GENT'S. FURNISHING ; GOODS,1
consisting ol Full Bosrm Shirts, Linen Shirts,
der Shirts, Drawers, Cravats, Suspendere, Coll -
In fact a complete line of J
VVo take great pleasuro in announcing to the';
habitants of Pulaski and vicinity, that we liavr
cured the services of Mr. Charles Sv. Smith, a ?
tleman well known to the residents of Giles coi'
who will always be pleased to see, an-TLatjiit or
old mends and lornier customers
THE FINE AIT
-TTheJBSWta Art GaL
OPENED IN PULASKI, TLV.r.
A PHOTOGRAPHER who undtrttand his butint;
(from North of Huntsville, Madison Co., Ala.?
has opened his Fine Art Gdllory in Pulaski, i
very, respectfully tenders his scrviecB tn.rr6mr!
ons and enlightenod people of Giles,
In this Celebrated EstablishmeL
beautiful pictures of Every Style,
from Life-size to the smallest "Pingi
tnre, and so ellegantly colored in Oil,t.
Eyes, Complexion and Expression car,
preserved by the ArtUt that the Likone-i
identified as (almost) "a living creature. -'
These Portraits are Rich, Complete and t't
fil. They can bo highly colored and given a ut
cacy of complexion not possessed by the Fairt
Lady, or even the Pure Alabaster Vi'hlteness ofS
Babe. In this respect only are thee likenesses flatr
tering Of the myriads of pictures taken in tb?
various styles of art, the "Pearl" is unquestionably,
the prettiest and most remarkably Lire-like Por-
trait the world ever saw. It is Eiezant.
Photographs, Vtgnetts, Cartes de Visile, etc.
Taken in the latent, most popular ut.d approved
siy-es sr.own 10 in art 01 o.ia-urawing. Aly pro
ductions of al! other kins known to the profession,
will also compare favorably with any Iloiiographio v
specimens of Art in chrisUftdom. ( Hence you see)
tiie loiiy 01 expenditure on railroads and at hotels
lost time and risk of life to distant cities or foreign
countries) They have tho middle tints- are Rich
in tone, Complete in dutail, Bold in feature, and as
to finish and durability, there is no question of their
OLD PICTURES. Etc..
of any kind copied to.any size. I also take p turea
of individuals n Hor'ie-back or in Buggies, Play j
ing at Games, Groups, and Schools, Rebels in Uni
form, Masons and Odd Fellows in Rezalia, etc. .and
colored, if desired, hr tha moat Affnmnlkhiui 1
Artist in this country. j
If Cash is paid in advance for pictures not goodv
they shall be re taken, or tha amount Cejvndsd.
I Warrant Every Picture, and Guarantee
IMPORTANCE OF PICTURE'
If you want likenesses for your friends and rela
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tives, come at once, for sickness or lomi otht"
hiddeH monster may torevcr debar you from anothc'
opportunity so favorable. It is a priciUye to havi
likenesses of dear ones whether we se then agaV"
or not. Tbeso little Keepsakes are Wei Mai
who read this will testify to th truth in these lint
for they, like myself, in this rtpect, foel and hav
felt the went of miniatures to recall the feature J
der brothers who fell in Battle or were otherf
txinfiu.d upon the alter cf our beloved F
Fono and peaceful recollections to their
Hues. Colors, Drossinr-
White, Gray and Black, take w. g. an
Crimson. Orange, Brown, Green ar-.-:
Magenta, Yellow, Pink, Parole an ;
Chetked i.nd Flowered goods take wt r
Dark Drapery U (rather) most plean5.
Photcgrapha, per dox.; t?K P" half
Pearls. 12, fl5 and 120 apiece. -,
Other picture at various ratea.
Double price for hai children.
D. T. GRIFFIN, Wilson Co., Tenr
WILLIAM COOPER, Nashville'
W. D. MURPHY, Madiaon Co-f
Ladisa and Gentlemen are invited
Up- stairs, precisely Eat of the Court i
Jn 5, tf W. P. i- .